Exhibit/December 6, 2008
Lauren Hermele Looks at Romania and the Consequences of European Union Membership
New York and Barcelona-based photographer uses a unique approach to look at the people, landscape, customs, and culture of a former eastern bloc nation following its integration into the EU.
Romania's EU Future Still Feels Like the Past
by Lauren Hermele
Since the fall of the Ceausescu government in 1989, Romania has been
struggling to make progress on a multitude of deep-rooted problems: corruption, weak
infrastructure, the slow pace of domestic and economic reform, and the
dominance of a ruling elite.
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